SA Internship Program


Internship Course Description

Many TAS students take part in internships between their junior and senior year. The TAS Summer Academy has worked to make connections with various businesses, universities, and laboratories to provide internship experiences for interested students.

Information about available internships in Summer 2022 will be posted on a bulletin board in the Dean of Students Office (1C38) and on the website here (login required).

To apply for an internship, please complete the following:

(i) Review the 2022 Internship Application Requirements,
(ii) Attend Internship Application Workshop on Feb. 8th or Feb 9thIf you cannot attend either due to prior commitments, please follow up with Dr. Long. 
(iii) Prepare a Resume & Cover Letter addressed to your first choice.
(iv) Book interview with Mr. Clapper if you are applying to a science internship,
(v) Print out and Submit the Summer Internship Student Agreement & Reservation Enrollment Contract + your resume to Dr. Long (1C38),
(vi) Complete the Application Form online.  

Please note the deadline to apply for a 2022 Summer Internship is February 18, 2022. 

Internship Application Workshop: Resume and Cover Letter (Mandatory)
Presentations Slides: Attachment

Tuesday, February 8 and Wednesday, February 9, 3:45 - 5:15 PM, Upper School Lecture Hall

Learn how to craft a resume and cover letter in order to present your best professional self to your internship of choice. We will go over what experiences and skills employers are looking for in these materials, how to talk about yourself, and how to represent yourself and TAS through an internship opportunity. You will learn about templates for both documents and workshop your drafts with classmates. Any student who wishes to apply to an internship must attend ONE of these two sessions. Both sessions will present the same material. If you cannot attend either due to prior commitments, please follow up with Dr. Long.

Internship Application Workshop: Interviewing (Optional)
Presentations Slides: Attachment

Tuesday, February 15, 3:45 - 4:45 PM, Upper School Lecture Hall

Learn how to represent yourself at an in-person or virtual internship interview. We will go over common interview questions, what topics to address and avoid, and come up with questions you should ask during an interview. You will practice responding to questions with your classmates and receive feedback. This session is optional but encouraged for any student who wishes to apply to an internship.


If you have any questions about the Summer Internship Program please feel free to contact Mr. Ryan Haynes ( or Ms. Catherine Huang (